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World's most accurate clock unveiled

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Perfect timekeeping has taken a step closer to reality after scientists developed a clock that loses just a second every 300 million years.

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Yes, now they need a grant for about $10 billion to shrink it down to wrist size...lol.

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Great, but does it take a licking and keep on ticking? :P

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A new scientific clock can't help but make me think of this:

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"We dream of getting an atomic clock with perfect precision," said Prof Thomsen.

I say, let the guys in 300 millions years from now figure that one out. LOL!

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Just think though.....we'd have no excuses for being late ever again... :unsure2: hmmm maybe not such a good thing after all :lol:

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Just think though.....we'd have no excuses for being late ever again... :unsure2: hmmm maybe not such a good thing after all :lol:

My husband needs one of those clocks, he is one of the worst people I know for timekeeping!

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My husband needs one of those clocks, he is one of the worst people I know for timekeeping!

Snap! .....mine too :D

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Just what this world needs...more clocks.

Clocks slay time...only when the clock stops does time come to life.

Can't remember who coined that quote (haven't got time to find out) but it makes sense.

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I wonder if the claim will be found to be true in 300 million years.

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